'Coco' and 'Ferdinand' lead the animated film race with two nominations apiece.
The five films nominated in the Golden Globes category of best animated motion picture represent a wide array of animation styles and diverse stories, taking place in Spain, Mexico and Afghanistan, among others.
Coco and Ferdinand lead the pack with two nominations each, both for best picture and best original song.
Before the Jan. 7 ceremony, hosted by Seth Meyers, check out the trailers for the best motion picture, animated, nominees below and take a look at the full list of Golden Globe nominations here. (And click here to watch the trailers for the films up for best motion picture, comedy or musical, and click here to watch the trailers for the films up for best motion picture, drama).
The Golden Globe nom for this film, which features voices from Alec Baldwin, Jimmy Kimmel, Lisa Kudrow and Tobey Maguire, was one of the biggest surprises for this year's nominations and created a lot of buzz on Twitter.
Executive produced by Angelina Jolie, the Canadian film follows a young girl who poses as a boy to support her family when her father is imprisoned by the Taliban in Afghanistan.
Pixar's latest hit film, about a young aspiring musician who enters the Land of the Dead, picked up a second nomination for best original song ("Remember Me), along with the best animated picture nod.
Scoring two nominations, along with best original song for Nick Jonas' "Home," Ferdinand follows a gentle bull who is forced to fight in competitions, with voices from John Cena, Kate McKinnon and Anthony Anderson.
The film is the first fully painted feature film, created with oil painted animation, and features the voice of Saoirse Ronan, who's nominated for a Golden Globe for Lady Bird.